University of Kings College
University of Kings College
Mount Saint Vincent University
Atlantic School of Theology
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Université Sainte-Anne
University of New Brunswick
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Cape Breton University
Nova Scotia Community College
St. Francis Xavier University
University of New Brunswick (Saint John)
Mount Allison University
St. Mary's University
University of Kings College
Acadia University
University of New Brunswick
Dalhousie University
Acadia University
Dalhousie University
Nova Scotia Community College
Cape Breton University
University of New Brunswick (Saint John)
St. Francis Xavier University
Université Sainte-Anne
Atlantic School of Theology
Université Sainte-Anne
Dalhousie University
Cape Breton University
St. Francis Xavier University

About CAUL/CBUA

Membership
The Council of Atlantic University Libraries / Le Conseil des bibliothèques universitaires de l'Atlantique (CAUL/CBUA) is composed of the library director of each institution constituting the Association of Atlantic Universities (AAU), or by invitation of the Council.

Purpose
The purpose of the CAUL/CBUA is to enhance university education, research and scholarly communication in the region by:

  • strengthening library collections
  • fostering cooperation and resource sharing
  • coordinating library services among AAU institutions
  • improving the delivery of information services
  • providing for regular discussion of matters of inter-institutional interest
  • advising AAU, as appropriate.

Meetings
CAUL/CBUA shall normally meet three times a year.

Fees
CAUL/CBUA will establish such fees, either annual or for special purposes, as it deems appropriate.

Officers
The officers of CAUL/CBUA shall be a Chair, Past Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary/Treasurer, and any such other officers as the Board of Directors may determine.

Relations with Other Organizations
CAUL/CBUA is an affiliate of the AAU and establishes creative and mutually beneficial relationships with other relevant organizations.

Approved April 11, 1997